The first success came when he partnered with Atelier Ace to help develop the Ace Hotel New York in 2009, turning a rundown flophouse
into a round-the-clock social hub by mixing the style of Manhattan nightlife with an old-school sense of hospitality.
The hovel where she lives with her drunken-wreck mom, Barb (Bridget Everett) and wheelchair-bound Nana (Cathy Moriarty) is more flophouse
than home, and it's easy to imagine why she's eager to get out.
Its catalyst is not a luxury resort but a rough-hewn restoration of a 106-year-old former flophouse
When Schwartz died in 1966, at the age of 52, he was living alone in a Times Square flophouse
, and his body lay in the city morgue for days before it was identified.
Bacich, the owner of a liquor store, a bar, and a flophouse
in what was known as Skid Row in Minneapolis during the 1950s, long before the neighborhood fell into disrepair.
After a period as a flophouse
it was reinvented as a chic, distinctly bohemian hotel.
She watches him tie off and shoot up early in their relationship, confronts his flophouse
mistress near the end.
The action is in–depth and involves a procession of seedy characters, including corrupt cops, shady vice den owners and the inhabitants of a seedy flophouse
One guy at our hotel, however, had very nefarious reasons for posting up at the flophouse
99 jug of red wine and repaired to a flophouse
that caters to recent immigrants.
01pm, the moment James Earl Ray fired from a flophouse
across Mulberry Street, the annual candlelit vigil took place.
In 1999, he helped launch Seattle's Ace Hotel in a flophouse
that formerly served maritime workers.